Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct
Duquesne University is dedicated to providing an educational environment that supports our Catholic, Spiritan mission and values. This includes a profound respect for the dignity of each person, and a commitment to preserve and protect the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of all members of the campus community.
In accordance with the University's mission, and as required by Title IX and its implementing regulations, the University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in any of its programs or activities, including admission and employment. Moreover, Duquesne University is committed to fostering an atmosphere free from Title IX Sexual Harassment and creating an inclusive campus environment for all members of the University community. Title IX Sexual Harassment is destructive to such a climate and is not tolerated. Read the full Title IX Policy.
Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response
Lee K. Robbins, Title IX Coordinator and Director of Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response
Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Adjusts Procedures to Support University's Coronavirus Response
In response to the circumstances resulting from the Coronavirus/COVID-19, the Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response has subsequently adjusted its procedures.
All members of the University community are encouraged to continue to access the Office of Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response. The office remains open to receive and process new reports, and all current investigations are continuing. All meetings are being held via Zoom, and witnesses, complainants and respondents will be advised to ensure that they are in a private space for conversations.
Although the Office has shifted some of its operations, the University community is reminded that TAP 31 and TAP 61 continue to apply.
Members of the University community are encouraged to report any violations to Title IX Coordinator and Director of Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response, Lee Robbins, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University's Title IX website provides information about additional reporting resources, including information about confidential reporting options. Note that some resources may reflect modified hours or may be providing modified services at this time. Local hospitals continue to be available for medical care. Contact public safety at 412.396.2677 for on-campus emergencies, and call 911 for off-campus emergency matters.